On Regge Poles in Perturbation Theory and Weak Interactions
In perturbation theory, a composite state must appear as a sum over Feynman diagrams and, presumably, so must a Regge pole. Recently, work has been done which shows how Regge poles might be obtained by summing certain classes of Feynman diagrams.1–4 Blankenbecler, Cook, and Goldberger5 have speculated that the photon may be a Regge particle, and have discussed the observable consequences of this. Also, Levy6 has suggested that the radiative corrections in electron scattering sum to give a Regge behavior.
KeywordsWeak Interaction Regge Pole Feynman Diagram Vector Boson Regge Trajectory
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